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This is a comparison between the book The Body by Stephen King and the movie made based on it Stand By Me It talks about whether or not the movie captures the essence of the book Have you ever tried to interpret or describe another persons dream they have told you about Oppositely has anyone ever tried to interpret or describe one of your dreams to another person after you have told them If so how did it turn out More than likely their description andor interpretation of how they viewed the occurrences in your dream were far different than the actual visions that you had in your head For that reason only you yourself can describe and interpret something that has happened to or is personal to you most accurately when sharing it with others We see a good example of this in the movie the Stand By Me based on the book The Body by Stephen King While capturing most of the sentiments that Stephan King bestowed upon us as readers the director did not successfully capture the most important aspects in certain and important scenes of the movie In essence the movie does not successfully capture the storys soul in depth when covering the three themes of friendship growing up and social status First and foremost we will take a look at the theme of friendship in comparison to the book and the movie In the movie there seems to be a major focus on the value of friendship I dont believe the value of friendship is as notarized in the novel as it is in the movie For instance while Chris and Gordie two main characters are walking together without the companionship of Vern and Teddy the other two Chris asserts powerful and yet realistic words to Gordie And you know what Gordie By next June well all be quitsIts asshole if your friends can
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